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How to Loop a Lasso Strap

By Christine Halvorsen • 12.08.21
car hauling  car tie down straps  car tie downs  car trailer tie downs  Category Articles & How-To's 

One of the more common questions our sales team receives is how to use a lasso strap. Our 2" x 10' lasso strap with O ring can be used as a universal car tie-down strap, but lasso straps are more commonly used in hauling exotic or custom cars that have a lower clearance.

A lasso strap for car hauling can be used on the outside of the tire or through the wheel. For safety, we recommend tying down all four tires when hauling the vehicle. The 10 foot length is longer than standard straps which are generally 8 just foot long.

The 2" width can also accept a 2" Cordura sleeve, which can be slid to any touch point on the strap, extending its working life. Designed with an industrial grade polyester webbing, it has a break strength of 10,000 lbs. and working load limit of 3,333 lbs. Lasso straps are easy to use. Here our sales team member David gives a quick tutorial on how to loop a lasso strap.

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Founded in 2005, US Cargo Control is a trusted leader in the cargo control industry, specializing in professional rigging and lifting equipment, trucking and transportation tie downs, and moving supplies. With a superior online shopping experience, industry-experts available via phone, and a central Midwest location, USCC is dedicated to getting you what you want, when you need it. For more information, visit www.uscargocontrol.com

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